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Calcinosis circumscripta of the both salpinx: A case report

Kim YA, Kim HS, Chang DY, Jun KC, Jeon MK, Lee ES

Calcinosis circumscripta is defined by calcification in soft tissues. Clinically, calcinosis circumscripta is described as firm, white dermal papules, plaques, or subcutaneous nodules found in various sites. They commonly ulcerate,...
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Pelvic organ prolapse and uterine inversion: A case report and literature review

Sun JG, Moon JP, Cheon JK, Gu JY, Kim BS, Bae YY, Kee KS

Non-puerperal uterine inversion is a rare clinical problem with only 150 cases reported. It usually results from a tumor implanted on fundus of the uterus. Uterine inversion associated with pelvic...
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A case of Peutz-Jeghers syndrome with endometrial adenomyomatous polyp

Lee YH, Hong DG, Bae JH, Park NY, Chong GO, Lee YS

Peutz-Jeghers syndrome, which has autosomal dominant inheritance, shows pigmentation in lip and skin. It also has features of harmatomatous polyp over the gastrointestinal tract, while sometimes developing tumor in genital...
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A case of adenoid basal cell carcinoma in uterine cervix

Cho YH, Choi JH, Jung H

Adenoid basal cell carcinoma of uterine cervix is very rare disease and is common to postmenopausal women. Adenoid basal cell carcinoma does not make certain type of lesion. So adenoid...
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A 80 mm separation of the symphsis pubis during vaginal delivery

Lee P, Kim EH, Yoon HK

Separation of the symphysis pubis during the vaginal delivery is rare, but a serious complication. Treatment is generally conservative with rest and appropriately fi tted pelvic binder. But surgery may...
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An ectopic ureterocele diagnosed in interlabial mass

Jang TK, Lim SY, Bae JG, Chang HS, Park JC, Rhee JH, Kim JI

Interlabial mass in infant is not common. Because of similarity of symptoms and signs of those mass and less experience of gynecologist due to those rarity, differential diagnosis is not...
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Cesarean delivery with postnatal high-frequency ventilation immediately after thoracocentesis for a fetus with intractable congenital chylothorax

Kim GJ, Lee ES

We experienced a case of fetus with congenital chylothorax who treated with thoracocentesis immediately followed by cesarean delivery with high frequency ventilation therapy after treatment failure by serial thoracocentesis and...
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Predicting risk factors of postoperative voiding dysfunction after abdominal sacrocolpopexy in the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse

Park SY, Kwon HY, Park JH, Moon YJ, Kim SK, Bai SW

OBJECTIVE: Although there were many studies about postoperative voiding dysfunction after anti-incontinence operation, little studies after pelvic organ prolapse operation were published. We sought to determine risk factors for voiding...
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Apoptotic effect of NV-196, an isofl avone derivative, in epithelial ovarian cancer cells

Suh DS, Joo JK, Kim SC, Lee DH, Yi WH, Yoon MS, Kim KH

OBJECTIVE: The objectives of this study were to determine the efficacy of NV-196, a synthetic isoflavone derivative, as a chemosensitizer in chemoresistant CP70 and R182 epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC) cells...
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The relationship between amniotic fluid white blood cell count and inflammatory lesions of the placenta in women with preterm premature rupture of membranes

Jeong EH, Park KH, Oh KJ, Lee SY, Kim SN, Jung HJ, Lee JY

OBJECTIVE: To examine the relationship between amniotic fluid (AF) white blood cell (WBC) count and the presence and severity of inflammatory lesions of the placenta in women with preterm premature...
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The proper approaches for breast disease

Yu J, Hwang I

The gynecologists are the primary care physician to women and the breast is an organ of reproduction and reproductive hormones are the most important factors for breast cancer. Therefore it...
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